I loved in Drupal 7, that it had classes everywhere. Each block has it's own ID and numerous classes, body has classes of content type, node ID, whether user is logged in / out, if the current page is frontpage etc.
All those handy classes were stripped. Now it is a lot harder to actually style the website to our needs in Backdrop CMS.
Flexible layout just create mess like this:
<div data-row-id="1bed85be-29aa-4eb2-8041-656f166bfc21" class="flexible-row l-1bed85be-29aa-4eb2-8041-656f166bfc21">
When we can not even count on that this class will stay the same, actually it will when duplicating layout (tested) and this is also a problem. Since most of the time when duplicating a layout I need the duplicated one to have some class different so it can be styled differently in theme.
Setting a class on regions does nothing because those data-rows are parents.
Could we bring the functionality somehow back?
As a comparision, D7 has those classes in body:
navbar-is-fixed-top html not-front not-logged-in no-sidebars page-node page-node- page-node-2 node-type-page
Backdrop CMS has:
page node-type-page has-flexbox
Thanks in advance.